The jewelry has been through constant renewal and innovation processes, especially as regards the design, the use of gems and technical processes. And one of the questions that stand out are the finishes used: the traditional polished diamond to most current and which create differentiated textures in parts.
The professionals have been forced to invent new techniques to make this work more and more aesthetically beautiful and technically sophisticated, which gives its own personality to each piece of jewelry. These finishes are made directly on the metal, where they are to protrusions reliefs and jewel added, changing your texture and shine. For a good result, the finishing process is carried out after the play be ready and clean.
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Polished: very common in alliances, is a glossy finish obtained by polishing with brushes. One of the most traditional of jewelry. You can check more finishes of jewelry at this site. http://www.fashionissupreme.com/jewelry/diy-jewelry-felting/
Brushed: obtained with the use of abrasive brushes and can have two types of presentation, diamond wheel (obtained with the use of a diamond tool that cuts metal, leaving you with the appearance similar to an area studded with diamonds) and shiny (obtained through steel bristle brushes causing grooves with brightness).
Satin finish: gloss finish between the polished (high gloss) and the brushed (matte). For the pe to be fosqueada a fine sandpaper or brush, giving a satin matte finish, leaving the metal glow more discreet. It is important that the piece has been sanded and polished to achieve a satin-smooth.
Crackle: the metal is worked irregularly, mounted in steps with overlapping pieces of different sizes, giving your surface the appearance of small cracks.
Enamel: basically, this technique consists of metal surfaces and fill hollow with a type of glass, enamel, by means of your foundry. It is the combination of a colorless glass and metal oxides (iron, manganese and copper), giving color to it. When heated, they become liquid and adhere to the surface of the metal.
Filigree: result of yarn twist well fine gold, which are cut, twisted, entwined and soldiers, producing delicate and elaborate drawings of Lacy appearance. Requires that the Goldsmith has a lot of skill, creativity and patience.
Granular: metal bead are placed side by side, on a metal surface.
Blasted: it is used in a machine that contains microspheres of different sizes (with sandblasting and compressor), which serve to fosquear. The piece can be sandblasted or receive this treatment in just a detail.
Hammered: use a small hammer to that subtle and hammering made with skill and homogeneity, the play has an aspect of pure luxury.
Rusty: is the use of natural or chemical reactions on the surface of performing metals, giving them a distinctive tone. Can be made over the polished, matte or textured.
So … which one to choose? The choice is always a matter of personal choice. In fact, all feature a remarkable beauty and can be combined to multiply the options.
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